Ssd Tags: SSD Build Storage Last response: January 3, 2011 7:33 PM in Storage Share wtb095 January 3, 2011 7:06:43 PM Sorry, but I am a newbie with a first build. I have my SSD as my boot drive. Question is how do I designate my HDD as my "D"drive and get programs to load only there? More about : ssd shadychopper January 3, 2011 7:18:54 PM when said programs ask where to install to pick the d drive m 0 l wtb095 January 3, 2011 7:27:30 PM Thanks. It just looked like some of the drivers from hardware disks automatically loaded on the boot drive. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer Snipergod87 a b G Storage January 3, 2011 7:33:17 PM wtb095 said:Thanks. It just looked like some of the drivers from hardware disks automatically loaded on the boot drive. Having drivers loaded onto the SSD is not a problem. Just when you install programs change the Path to D: it is a pain that you have to do it manually. I know from experience. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedSpecial use of SSD Forum Solvedsamsung ssd 840 (plain) and samsung ssd 840 evo raid 0 Forum SolvedLooking for a very reliable SSD Forum SolvedSSD says 66gb out of 111gb free. But files inside says only 28gb had been consumed. Where did the other 17gb go? Forum SolvedHow fast do you think i'll fry my SSD? Forum SolvedCan I Use an SSD as a Storage Device Without an OS? (Writting Files To It) Forum SolvedSSD in RAW format Forum SolvedThinking of upgrading to an SSD - transfer windows Forum SolvedHave SSD but no bay adapter, ok short-term? Forum SolvedBuying a pc with no OS, is it easy to put windows on 120gb SSD Forum SolvedAutodesk applications randomly freeze on SSD Forum SolvedMigrating Windows to SSD, theory... Forum SolvedmSATA SSD vs SSHD vs 7200RPM drive Forum SolvedHow important is Ghz/i5/i7 etc if you have an SSD ? Forum SolvedSSD and HDD Forum SolvedSSD or Monitor? Forum SolvedHow to properly install SSD Forum SolvedSwitch Boot drive from HDD to SSD without losing files Forum SolvedWindows 7 Ingenuine >_< SSD Help Forum SolvedIs a sshd compatible with a ssd Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !